Men’s transfer window summer 2024 – all deals from Europe’s top five leagues

Men’s transfer window summer 2024 – all deals from Europe’s top five leagues

Latest transfers and club-by-club guides for every team in Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Ligue 1 and Serie A

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Deals completed271
Total value£706.5m
Arsenal‘s transfer balance is£0
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24 June 2024
Juan José Perea

COL

Forward
Stuttgart to FC Zurich

After spell at Hansa Rostock last season, 24-year-old moves to Switzerland on loan with an option to buy

loan
24 June 2024
Ibrahima Sissoko

MLI

Midfielder
Strasbourg to Bochum

Defensive midfielder, 26, says ‘move to the Bundesliga is exciting’ after six seasons and 179 appearances in Ligue 1

free
24 June 2024
Romain Perraud

FRA

Defender
Southampton to Real Betis

Left-back departs St Mary’s after season on loan at Nice, signing five-year contract with Betis

£3m
24 June 2024
Alexander Callens

PER

Defender
Girona to AEK Athens

After spending last season on loan in Athens, hulking centre-back returns on two-year deal

£250k
24 June 2024
Paul Wanner

GER

Midfielder
Bayern Munich to Heidenheim

After loan at second-tier Elversberg, Bayern academy prospect will build top-flight experience with FCH

loan
24 June 2024
Fabian Rieder

SUI

Midfielder
Rennes to Stuttgart

Switzerland international ‘looking forward to a new chapter in Stuttgart’ after short spell in Ligue 1

loan
24 June 2024
Jack Harrison

ENG

Winger
Leeds United to Everton

Winger says ‘it’s brilliant to be back’ after returning to Goodison for second loan spell after 35 appearances last term

loan
24 June 2024
Hervé Koffi

BUR

Goalkeeper
Charleroi to Lens

Pierre Dréossi, Lens’ general manager, pleased to sign player who ’embodies the qualities required of a modern goalkeeper’

£2.1m
24 June 2024
Jean-Eudes Aholou

CIV

Midfielder
Strasbourg to Angers

Experienced defensive midfielder, 30, joins newly promoted side on two-year deal

free
24 June 2024
Luismi Cruz

ESP

Winger
Sevilla to Tenerife

After season on loan at segunda división side, 23-year-old returns on permanent deal running until 2027

£250k
24 June 2024
Hrvoje Smolcic

CRO

Defender
Eintracht Frankfurt to LASK

Imposing centre-back, 23, ‘can hardly wait to play’ after moving to Austria on loan deal with option to buy

loan
24 June 2024
Iván Cédric

CMR

Forward
Real Valladolid to Las Palmas

Spanish-born Cameroon youth international joins on two-year deal with option to extend for another two seasons

free
23 June 2024
Nikola Iliev

BUL

Midfielder
Inter to Botev Plovdiv

Bulgaria international, 20, returns to home country after failing to break through in Serie A

£250k
23 June 2024
Lee Hyun-ju

KOR

Midfielder
Bayern Munich to Hannover 96

Marcus Mann, Hannover’s sporting director, hails midfielder who ‘has good speed, is technically well trained and has a high level of intelligence’

loan
23 June 2024
Iván Gil

ESP

Midfielder
FC Andorra to Las Palmas

La Liga club welcomes ‘versatile player with a high technical level’ who can play through middle or out wide

free
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After financial fair play concerns stifled the January transfer market, what is the outlook for this summer? One club who have already strengthened are Real Madrid. The European champions have signed Kylian Mbappé on a free (but with a €125m signing bonus going to the player), while Brazilian sensation Endrick will join up with Carlo Ancelotti’s side this summer, 18 months after a deal was agreed with Palmeiras.

There have been coaching changes at several European heavyweight clubs already this summer. Vincent Kompany (Bayern Munich), Hansi Flick (Barcelona), Arne Slot (Liverpool), Enzo Maresca (Chelsea), Antonio Conte (Napoli) and Juventus’s incoming new manager, Thiago Motta, will all surely be planning to spend money on reshaping their squads.

Other Premier League sides have questions to answer too. Manchester United’s summer plans are uncertain with Sir Jim Ratcliffe apparently eager to rebuild, and Erik ten Hag still in the dugout (at time of writing). Newcastle need to keep balancing the books, Aston Villa have to strengthen for a Champions League campaign, while Manchester City and Arsenal may seek an early advantage in a third title battle.

Tottenham need an overhaul after running out of steam last season, and have already brought in Swedish rising star Lucas Bergvall; Brentford have spent £30m on striker Igor Thiago, which should free up Ivan Toney to move on. The promoted sides – Leicester, Ipswich and Southampton – also have to invest carefully to try and avoid the fate of last season’s trio.

Elsewhere on the continent, questions abound. How will PSG rebuild without Mbappé? Will Xabi Alonso look to upgrade his formidable Leverkusen side? How will Girona approach a first-ever Champions League campaign? And what next for the Saudi Pro League after they reshaped the transfer market last summer? We will have our answers by 30 August, when the window closes across Europe.

Last updated: NaN/NaN/NaN 12.NaN GMT
Deals completed271
Total value£706.5m
Arsenal‘s transfer balance is£0
All transfers
Transfers by club
Show
Sort on
24 June 2024
Juan José Perea

COL

Forward
Stuttgart to FC Zurich

After spell at Hansa Rostock last season, 24-year-old moves to Switzerland on loan with an option to buy

loan
24 June 2024
Ibrahima Sissoko

MLI

Midfielder
Strasbourg to Bochum

Defensive midfielder, 26, says ‘move to the Bundesliga is exciting’ after six seasons and 179 appearances in Ligue 1

free
24 June 2024
Romain Perraud

FRA

Defender
Southampton to Real Betis

Left-back departs St Mary’s after season on loan at Nice, signing five-year contract with Betis

£3m
24 June 2024
Alexander Callens

PER

Defender
Girona to AEK Athens

After spending last season on loan in Athens, hulking centre-back returns on two-year deal

£250k
24 June 2024
Paul Wanner

GER

Midfielder
Bayern Munich to Heidenheim

After loan at second-tier Elversberg, Bayern academy prospect will build top-flight experience with FCH

loan
24 June 2024
Fabian Rieder

SUI

Midfielder
Rennes to Stuttgart

Switzerland international ‘looking forward to a new chapter in Stuttgart’ after short spell in Ligue 1

loan
24 June 2024
Jack Harrison

ENG

Winger
Leeds United to Everton

Winger says ‘it’s brilliant to be back’ after returning to Goodison for second loan spell after 35 appearances last term

loan
24 June 2024
Hervé Koffi

BUR

Goalkeeper
Charleroi to Lens

Pierre Dréossi, Lens’ general manager, pleased to sign player who ’embodies the qualities required of a modern goalkeeper’

£2.1m
24 June 2024
Jean-Eudes Aholou

CIV

Midfielder
Strasbourg to Angers

Experienced defensive midfielder, 30, joins newly promoted side on two-year deal

free
24 June 2024
Luismi Cruz

ESP

Winger
Sevilla to Tenerife

After season on loan at segunda división side, 23-year-old returns on permanent deal running until 2027

£250k
24 June 2024
Hrvoje Smolcic

CRO

Defender
Eintracht Frankfurt to LASK

Imposing centre-back, 23, ‘can hardly wait to play’ after moving to Austria on loan deal with option to buy

loan
24 June 2024
Iván Cédric

CMR

Forward
Real Valladolid to Las Palmas

Spanish-born Cameroon youth international joins on two-year deal with option to extend for another two seasons

free
23 June 2024
Nikola Iliev

BUL

Midfielder
Inter to Botev Plovdiv

Bulgaria international, 20, returns to home country after failing to break through in Serie A

£250k
23 June 2024
Lee Hyun-ju

KOR

Midfielder
Bayern Munich to Hannover 96

Marcus Mann, Hannover’s sporting director, hails midfielder who ‘has good speed, is technically well trained and has a high level of intelligence’

loan
23 June 2024
Iván Gil

ESP

Midfielder
FC Andorra to Las Palmas

La Liga club welcomes ‘versatile player with a high technical level’ who can play through middle or out wide

free
Show more…
Why not make a small transfer of your own?
If you like this interactive, and would like to support our journalism, you can make a contribution from as little as £1. It only takes a minute. Thank you.

Show your support

After financial fair play concerns stifled the January transfer market, what is the outlook for this summer? One club who have already strengthened are Real Madrid. The European champions have signed Kylian Mbappé on a free (but with a €125m signing bonus going to the player), while Brazilian sensation Endrick will join up with Carlo Ancelotti’s side this summer, 18 months after a deal was agreed with Palmeiras.

There have been coaching changes at several European heavyweight clubs already this summer. Vincent Kompany (Bayern Munich), Hansi Flick (Barcelona), Arne Slot (Liverpool), Enzo Maresca (Chelsea), Antonio Conte (Napoli) and Juventus’s incoming new manager, Thiago Motta, will all surely be planning to spend money on reshaping their squads.

Other Premier League sides have questions to answer too. Manchester United’s summer plans are uncertain with Sir Jim Ratcliffe apparently eager to rebuild, and Erik ten Hag still in the dugout (at time of writing). Newcastle need to keep balancing the books, Aston Villa have to strengthen for a Champions League campaign, while Manchester City and Arsenal may seek an early advantage in a third title battle.

Tottenham need an overhaul after running out of steam last season, and have already brought in Swedish rising star Lucas Bergvall; Brentford have spent £30m on striker Igor Thiago, which should free up Ivan Toney to move on. The promoted sides – Leicester, Ipswich and Southampton – also have to invest carefully to try and avoid the fate of last season’s trio.

Elsewhere on the continent, questions abound. How will PSG rebuild without Mbappé? Will Xabi Alonso look to upgrade his formidable Leverkusen side? How will Girona approach a first-ever Champions League campaign? And what next for the Saudi Pro League after they reshaped the transfer market last summer? We will have our answers by 30 August, when the window closes across Europe.

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